NBA PLAYERS find themselves isolated from the outside world as the league gets ready to restart their season, now a social media influencer believes athletes have an “unspoken code” for sneaking women in.
Golfer-turned-influencer, Paige Spiranac, gave her take on the NBA bubble rules on her Playing A Round podcast theorizing players may have an “unspoken code when it comes to p***y” that’s kept among themselves.
Spiranac pondered how the “snitch hotline,” which is used to report rule-breakers, could come into play for sneaking women in.
“Do you think it’s different though when it comes to p***y,” said the 27-year-old.
“Like as an unspoken p***y code where if you have a girl there, you don’t say anything, but it’s like if you don’t wear a mask, free-for-all.”
An Instagram model, Anna Mya, claimed she already got invited to the bubble posting on Twitter, “I already got invited to the bubble.”
The NBA bubble is the league’s $170million effort to complete its COVID-19 ravaged season at Disney’s World Complex in Orlando, Florida.
The league and the NBA Players Association developed a series of stringent protocols for testing and safety practices.
Anyone entering the Orlando “bubble” is required to quarantine for up to 48 hours, until they register two negative COVID-19 tests.
Any player who leaves the bubble environment would undergo quarantine of up to 10 days upon their return to the Disney complex and will need to register two negative tests as well as an antibody test before returning to play.
The NBA bubble has not been receiving positive reviews from some players, as some are complaining about the food and size of their hotel rooms.
Some players have found ways to fill their days in ranging from fishing, golfing, to even tub time.
The league even set up a “snitch hotline” for players to rat out other players who are seen not following the safety protocols.
Los Angeles Lakers center, Dwight Howard recently said he had been ratted out for not wearing a mask.
Miami Heat forward, Jimmy Butler was also called out for practicing in his hotel room late at night.
Spiranac said snitching will come down to personal feelings towards one another.
“If I didn’t like them, I would snitch all day long,” she said. “If I don’t like you, I’m not going to give you the respect to text you, I’m going to tell on you.”
The NBA season is set to reset on July 30, with family members and friends barred from entering the bubble until the second round of the playoffs.
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